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- Candidates share need for more involvement in race for commission
- Steelhead tag reports inform mortality study
- USFS extends comment period to April 20 on draft revised land management plan
- Avista Foundation, USDA invest in Northern Idaho’s economic future
- Kooskia, Stites enter into new waste agreement, resolving 2018 civil suit
- Jan. 29 CBC information meeting on area USFS projects
GLENNS FERRY — Malad scored a couple off of Grangeville starter Blake Schoo during the first of four games the Bulldogs have this weekend at t…
KOOSKIA - Kendrick jumped out to an early lead and went on to win the first game of a twinball Friday evening at Clearwater Valley 7-5. The Ra…
KAMIAH - With top finishes in the hurdles races by Brady Cox, the KHS track and field boys placed first in team scoring at their April 8 home …
GLENNS FERRY — The Grangeville baseball boys have a four-game set coming up this Friday and Saturday, April 9-10, at the Glenns Ferry Wooden B…
ELK CITY — The Easter egg hunt at the school, last Sunday, was so much fun! Watching the little ones running around trying to find eggs – some real, and some plastic with prizes in them. Some found so many their baskets were almost overflowing. The list of children hunting eggs is as follows…
COTTONWOOD — It’s spring break 2021! First day, Monday, we started with a fresh blanket of snow.
CLEARWATER VALLEY — Signs of spring are everywhere, from the grass greening up, daffodils emerging, an osprey gathering nesting materials along the South Fork, Nick driving fence posts, ground squirrels popping up and dashing about. This weekend, I enjoyed photographing the return of the Kam…
RIGGINS — Quote: “Begin each day with a grateful heart.” Then follow up with: “My to-do list for today: Count my blessings, practice kindness, let go of what I can’t control, listen to my heart, be productive, just breathe.” – WordQuote.com.
WHITE BIRD — Mark your calendars for upcoming events and meetings. April 7, the White Bird Library Committee will begin holding its regular, monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:30 p.m. They will hold their meetings in the Fellowship Hall of Pleasant View Baptist Church.
Greencreek held its annual Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 3. Finders of the golden eggs won prizes. Winners for each group are as follows:
We need better roads and bridges in Idaho to support and sustain our economy and our Idaho way of life. Transportation is the lifeblood of our economy and is necessary in order to move goods and people to and through our state. Our legislation, House Bill 342, is a comprehensive solution to …
HR1 is near a vote in the U. S. Senate. This bill, if passed, will:
Idaho has an opportunity to improve our children’s ability to read and write, support working mothers and create an early childhood education system we in Idaho are sorely missing. This year, Idaho received a $6M grant from the Trump administration to improve our early childhood education sy…
State Senator Crabtree, referring to S1,136, said, “This building is full of wonderful ideas, but we have to find out a way to pay for them,” he said. Statewide, approximately 80 kindergarten programs are being paid for by property taxes. “We want to take some of that burden off of taxpayers…
- Fifty confront commission for immediate 2A sanctuary proclamation; final remarks promise voter reprisal at polls
- New owners take over former Hoot’s Café, add convenience store
- Invasive Species of Idaho has program update – the problem is bigger than we think, it starts with zebra mussels and contaminated moss balls
- RMEF secures Joseph Plains elk habitat
- Proposal for county highways carrying heavier commercial loads; public comment deadline: April 12
- Syringa moves all services back to primary clinic; COVID-19 on decline
- MVSD community levy meetings on tap
- GHS FFA students fare well at Moscow meet
- Elizabeth H. (Liz) Wassmuth, 88
- Meadowlark Home to close due to lack of employees
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